The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze is currently rated #4 out of 17 overall in its category, beaten by the 2017 Honda Civic Si Sedan for Compact Cars.
It's a good car overall compared to others in the same category and beats more than half of its competition along the way.
Its MPG and Fuel Tank Capacity win versus competitors, but its Motor Trend Overall Rating loses against the competition.
|MSRP||$16,975.00||Good with 4 stars based on 8 ratings|
|MPG||31 city / 47 highway||Good with 4.5 stars based on 7 ratings|
|Horsepower||137 to 153 hp||Average with 2.5 stars based on 6 ratings|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||13.7 gal||Good with 4.5 stars based on 6 ratings|
|Cargo Volume||14.8cubic feet L/LS models, 13.9 in LT/Premiere models.||Average with 2.5 stars based on 4 ratings|
|Seating Capacity||5. Comfortable and supportive, but tall people may have to crouch to get into the backseat.||Average with 2.5 stars based on 7 ratings|
|Car and Driver Overall Rating||4/5||Good with 3 stars based on 5 ratings|
|Motor Trend Overall Rating||4/5||Bad with 2 stars based on 5 ratings|